Farm Stands in Cheshire County
High Hopes Orchard – Joanne/Bruce Smith, 582 Glebe Rd., Westmoreland 03467, 603-399-4305, email@example.com, http://www.highhopesorchard.com. 9am-6pm, July-October; 10am-5pm, November-December. Raspberries, blueberries, apples & pumpkins. Peaches in August. Special Events: Farm adventure entertainment park-September-October. Includes animals, rides, haunted barn, day time spooky ride through woods (narrated); train, snack bar, September-October; ice cream, July.
Monadnock Berries – Anthony/Fenella Levick, 545 West Hill Rd., Troy 03465, 603-242-6417 firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.monadnockberries.com. 8am-8pm, daily, July-August; 9am-5pm, daily, September. Fresh picked blueberries, fresh farm grown tomatoes, cucumbers, blueberry china, tree ripened peaches, black currants, red currants, gooseberries, baking mixes, Annie’s jams, jellies, Sanford’s jams & jellies, ice cream, coffee, sodas, fruit drinks, Smith’s farm cheese, local honey, candy mixes, deluxe soup mixes & fresh baked items.
Rosaly’s Farmstand – Rosaly Bass, Route 123 (just south of Rte. 101), Peterborough 03458, 603-924-7774, email@example.com, http://www.rosalysgarden.com, 9am-6pm, daily, May 18-October 14. Bedding plants, 100 varieties of flowers, culinary & medicinal herbs, mesclun salad mix, six varieties of lettuce, tomatoes: regular & cherry tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, beets, leeks, onions, garlic, carrots, spinach, Swiss chard, peas: garden & snap peas, potatoes: red norland, yukon gold, blue & sweet potatoes, broccoli, cauliflower, kale, brussel sprouts, cabbage, zucchini, yellow squash, cucumbers, winter squash, pumpkins, gourds, melons, raspberries & blueberries. Certified organic . Other local products such as honey, maple & cheese.
The Apple Place – Roger Bienvenu, 781 Old Walpole Rd., Surry 03431, 603… 10am-6pm, August 25-October 15. Several varieties of apples available.
Alyson’s Orchard Farmstand – Susan Jasse, Route 12, Wapole, 03608, 603-756-9800. Opens in late summer! http://alysonsorchard.com/alyson-orchards/farm-stand.aspx.
View farmstands in other counties at: http://www.nh.gov/agric/divisions/agricultural_development/documents/NH_Farm_Stands.pdf.
Other Area Farmstands
From Monadnock Farm & Community Connection Inventory
Bee Tree Farm – 603-363-4631, Chesterfield, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.beetreefarmnh.com.
Boggy Meadow Farm – 603-756-3300, Walpole, email@example.com, http://boggymeadowfarm.com.
Green Wagon Farm – Upper Court St., Keene, open seven days a week, Monday-Friday 10-6 p.m., weekends 10-5 p.m.
Herban Living Farm – 603-878-0459, Temple, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.herbanlivingbandb.com.
Hidden Birch Farm – 603-827-2950, Nelson, email@example.com, http://www.hiddenbirchfarm.com.
Maple Lane Farm – 603-352-2329, Keene, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Milkhouse at Great Brook Farm – 603-756-3661, Walpole, hours: 7:30-8:00, 7 days a week.
Pete’s Farm Stand – Route 12, Walpole, 802-885-6443.
Stonewall Farm Farm Stand – opens on 5/23! Hours are M-F 2-7 and Sat., Sun 10-7. The farmstand features Stonewall Farm raw milk, vegetables, syrup and other locally made products including coffee, jelly, honey, soaps, ice cream, etc. 603… x.103, email@example.com, Visit us on the web at: http://www.stonewallfarm.org.
The Farm on South Main – Troy, 603-242-7865
Tracie’s Community Farm Farmstand – opens Friday, May 1st, 7a.m., Fitzwilliam. Vegetables, herbs and flower transplants through mid-June and then vegetables through mid-October. All grown without the use of chemical fertilizers, herbicides, pesticides or fungicides. For more information, contact Tracie Smith
603-209-1851, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.traciesfarm.com.
Walpole Valley Farms – 603-756-2855, Walpole, email@example.com, http://www.walpolevalleyfarms.com.
White’s Farm Stand & Sugarhouse – Rt. 119, West Rindge, 603-899-5000
Hannah Grimes Marketplace – Keene
24 Carrots Farm Stand – Swanzey
Blueberry Fields – Keene
Coll’s Farm Stand – Jaffrey